ASPIRE is a quarterly magazine published by PCI in cooperation with the associations of the National Concrete Bridge Council. The editorial content focuses on the latest technology and key issues in the Concrete Bridge Industry.

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T H E C O N C R E T E B R I D G E M A G A Z I N E w w w . a s p i r e b r i d g e . o r g W I N T E R 2 0 0 9 MAPLE AVENUE BRIDGE Redmond, Oregon FOLSOM LAKE CROSSING Folsom, California KANAWHA RIVER BRIDGE Kanawha County, West Virginia PORT COLUMBUS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CROSSOVER TAXIWAY BRIDGE Columbus, Ohio Canyon Park Freeway Station Bridge Bothell, Washington 4 | ASPIRE , Spring 2009 R E A D E R R E S P O N S E Editors, Again thank you for the opportunity to contribute to your magazine. The latest issue was terrifc. William Collins, vice president Simone Collins Inc. Landscape Architecture Berwyn, Pa. Editor, ASPIRE™ is my favorite technical magazine! Tim Shell KPFF Portland, Ore. Editor, I am an editor in CH2M HILL's Boise offce. I would like to download the PDF of the article on Rainbow Bridge and link to it in our offce newsletter. John Hinman, the author, is in our offce. Eric Oden CH2M HILL Boise, Idaho Editors, I've had a couple people comment to me in the last few days about how much they like ASPIRE. You guys are obviously doing some- thing right. Fred Gottemoeller, principal Bridgescape Columbia, Md. Editor, Just wanted to say "Thanks !!" for sending us the copies of the ASPIRE magazine that includes the NH article. It is well presented and formatted, and I was glad to see that the photos were clear and sharp. Thanks for the opportunity of having NH prepare an article for ASPIRE. Mark W. Richardson, Administrator, Bridge Design Bureau NH Department of Transportation Concord, N.H. Editor, "…wanted to let you know we thought the article turned out great ("Custom Arches," ASPIRE, Winter 2009, p.18). Our engineer in particular was pleased. He was especially excited about the Aesthetics Commentary by Frederick Gottemoeller who 'got what we were trying to do.' Mr. Gottemoeller really understood our objectives and expressed them so well." OBEC Consulting Engineers Eugene, Ore. Aspire_spr09.indb 4 3/11/09 4:12:19 PM

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